International Contemporary & Modern Art Fair

December 2 - 7, 2014
Exhibitor listing
  • Untitled, 1986 - keith Haring
  • Sinoscapia, 2006 - Kenny Scharf
  • Mae, 2005 - Alex Katz
  • Site Aleatoire Avec 6 Personnages, 1982 - Jean Dubuffet
  • Untitled, 2014 - Richard Prince
  • Aggregation 500-209, 2000 - Kwang-Young Chun
  • Taches, 1972 - Sam Francis
  • Red Yellow Blue No. 20, 1987 - keith Haring
  • M-14-67-X, 1967 - Conrad Marca-Relli
  • Mousquetaire assis contemplant une femme, April 9, 1970 - Pablo Picasso
  • Vieil homme et buste de femme, 1971 - Pablo Picasso
  • Untitled, 2013 - Anselm Reyle
  • HOPE (Red/White), 2009 - Robert Indiana
  • Late Morning, 1993  - Dan Christensen
  • Jacqueline Kennedy I (Jackie I), 1966 - Andy Warhol
  • Jacqueline Kennedy II (Jackie II), 1966 - Andy Warhol
  • The Dark Ellipse, 1974 - Louise Nevelson
  • Chrysler Building, June 2009 -
  • Police Officers, Off Duty, 1994 - John Wesley
  • Civil War, c.1961 - Larry Rivers
  • For Adults Only, 1971 - Larry Rivers
  • Study for Maccabees II, 1982 - Larry Rivers
  • Flower Ball (3D) Autumn 2004, 2013 - Takashi Murakami
  • Flower Ball (3D) Sexual Violet no.1, 2013 - Takashi Murakami
  • Untitled, 1970 - Conrad Marca-Relli
  • Lamp, circa 1980s  - Kenny Scharf

Rosenfeld Gallery


Rosenfeld Gallery
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United States
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Exhibitor's Artists:

Dan Christensen




Dan Christensen - Late Morning, 1993
Late Morning, 1993
Also exhibited by: Berry Campbell,
Kwang-Young Chun




Kwang-Young Chun - Aggregation 500-209, 2000
Aggregation 500-209, 2000
Also represented by: Mixografia,
Conrad Marca-Relli




Conrad Marca-Relli - M-14-67-X, 1967
M-14-67-X, 1967
Conrad Marca-Relli - Untitled, 1970
Untitled, 1970
Also exhibited by: Hollis Taggart Galleries,
Also represented by: Vallarino Fine Art, David Klein Gallery,
Takashi Murakami




Takashi Murakami - Flower Ball (3D) Autumn 2004, 2013
Flower Ball (3D) Autumn 2004, 2013
Takashi Murakami - Flower Ball (3D) Sexual Violet no.1, 2013
Flower Ball (3D) Sexual Violet no.1, 2013
Also exhibited by: Chowaiki & Co., Gallery Delaive, Queue Projects,
Also represented by: RUDOLF BUDJA GALLERY, James Barron Art LLC,
Anselm Reyle




Anselm Reyle  - Untitled, 2013
Untitled, 2013
Larry Rivers




Larry Rivers - Civil War, c.1961
Civil War, c.1961
Larry Rivers - For Adults Only, 1971
For Adults Only, 1971
Larry Rivers - Study for Maccabees II, 1982
Study for Maccabees II, 1982
Also exhibited by: Galerie Ernst Hilger, David Klein Gallery,
Also represented by: Arcature Fine Art, Waterhouse & Dodd, Adler & Conkright Fine Art,
Kenny Scharf




Kenny Scharf - Lamp, circa 1980s
Lamp, circa 1980s
Kenny Scharf - Sinoscapia, 2006
Sinoscapia, 2006
Also exhibited by: Chowaiki & Co., KM Fine Arts | Chicago - Los Angeles,
Also represented by: Galerie Boulakia,
John Wesley




John Wesley - Police Officers, Off Duty, 1994
Police Officers, Off Duty, 1994

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

ABOUT

Rosenfeld gallery is an art gallery with a focus in Modern and Contemporary Masters in the secondary market. We offer a broad range of services, including advisory, appraisals & market analysis.
Founded in 1990
Jason Rosenfeld   Director
Alison Rosenfeld   Chef Operating Officer
Maty Lewis   Assistant Director
After graduating from Colombia University with a Master in Art at the end of the 60’s, Michelle Rosenfeld started advising and selling Art to her friends and relatives.
She rapidly became known as a successful art dealer in NYC befriending artists like Larry Rivers, Lichtenstein, Warhol (who did her portrait) and counting people like Yoko Ono, John Lenon & Steve Martin as clients.
With the help of her husband Herbert Rosenfeld, Michelle opened Michelle Rosenfeld Gallery at 16E. 79th street in 1987 where they sold secondary market art such as Picasso, Calder, Miro to name a few.
Jason Rosenfeld, Michelle and Herbert only son, took over the gallery in 2007. Thanks to the environment he grew up in, Jason developed at a very young age an understanding and passion for Fine Art.
From his insight of the ever-changing Art market, he progressively shifted the gallery from its modern focus to a more contemporary one while staying in the secondary market.
These changes brought a fresher and younger feel to the gallery. He was however able to successfully keep it appealing to his older parents’ clientele as well, thanks to shows like Warhol/Murakami- Legends of the 20th Century in which Takashi Murakami and the gallery drew links between the two artists & consumerism.
Two years ago, Jason renamed the gallery Rosenfeld Gallery and decided to participate in Art Fairs such as Art Miami.
Rosenfeld gallery team is currently working on opening a second gallery in Miami, Florida.
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